'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' Is "On Hold Indefinitely" Following Kim Kardashian's Robbery

The family is done with the spotlight.

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It's been almost 10 years since Keeping Up with the Kardashians came into the world, and it looks like the reality series is finally shutting down production. Us Weekly (opens in new tab) confirms that the E! show is "on hold indefinitely" following the attack (opens in new tab) on Kim Kardashian in Paris, during which she was gagged, bound, and robbed of a $4.5 million ring (opens in new tab).

Sources say cameras were not on hand in the aftermath of Kim's attack Sunday night, and that E!'s crew have not filmed reaction interviews with any members of the family. The reality star and Selfish author has reportedly "canceled everything for the next several weeks and will not be working," and has flown back to California with her family because she feels safer at home. Kim's husband Kanye West (who was not with her during the attack) has canceled two of his upcoming shows.

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Kim is reportedly blaming herself for the attack (opens in new tab), re-evaluating her social media output, and is said to have a new approach (opens in new tab) to materialism.

Note: the end of KUWTK hasn't been confirmed by E!, and family matriarch Kris Jenner has remained quiet on the subject thus far.

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Mehera Bonner is a news writer who focuses on celebrities and royals.